# Ch 13: Probability and Statistics

Watch probability and statistics video lessons to learn about pie charts, mathematical combinations, permutations, conditional probabilities and more. Each lesson is accompanied by a short multiple-choice quiz to help check your understanding of these topics.

## Probability and Statistics

Welcome to our video lesson series on probability and statistics. In these videos you'll learn how probability and statistics measure, predict and analyze the numerical outcomes of events.The study of statistics analyzes the results of events that occurred in the past, whereas probability study examines the potential outcomes of future events.

Let's take a look at some concepts, graphs and terms we'll cover.

We'll examine bar graphs and pie charts, coaching you on how to properly read and interpret them. Other tables we'll look at include relative and cumulative frequency tables, which you can use to calculate increases and decreases in percentages. You'll also learn what a standard deviation is and what shifts in them signify in terms of statistical averages.

Ever hear of mean, median, mode and range? You'll learn the differences between these statistics and how to calculate them.

You'll also learn about types of events that express probability, including simple, compound, complementary, independent and dependent. You'll learn what the outcomes of these events are and how you can calculate said probability. Other topics covered include the 'at least one' rule of independent events, permutations, math combinations and more.

There's certainly a lot to cover, but with these fun animated video lessons, there's a high probability that you'll be a statistical wiz in little time. Thanks for watching!

13 Lessons in Chapter 13: Probability and Statistics
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